Nothing special. Basic room. Fridge didnt work, but was not a big deal. Note that the roo. Doors open to outside - not a prob for us, but some people are not comfortable w this. Bfast was adequate, but again, nothing outstanding.
We chose this Holiday Inn Express because it was close to our relatives. Despite having a check-in time of 3 p.m., we were pleased to be able to check in early. The nicely appointed room included a refrigerator and comfortable beds. Staff was very friendly.
When I booked this hotel I requested a non smoking room. When I walked in the room stunk of cigarettes. It was a horrible musty smell. I eventually got uses to the smell but every time I went in or out I would have to wait to get used to it again. The room itself was nice to bad someone ruined it by smoking cigarettes. Also the ac did not constantly blow cold air and the room would get hot quickly. I had it on the lowest settings temp wise and the highest air speed wise. It was not enough. I could see myself coming back but only if I know 100% I'm getting a smoke free room.
My husband and I stayed for 6 nights. We are picky about mattresses, and this one was perfect! The lay out was wonderful and we took advantage of the full fridge as well. The hotel staff was very friendly and our room was very clean.
Traveller from VA
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My husband and me arrived at the hotel late . It was cold and dark outside and the warm and cozy room make us feel like home. It was a good start but we could not have a good night sleep even we're tired after long day on the road because there had clicking noises from the other side . But in general, our 2 day staying was pleasant .
History buffs will appreciate Fairfax, once caught between Union and Confederate forces. Monuments to this Civil War heritage include the Fairfax Museum, the Confederate Cemetery, and the Blenheim estate, where stationed Union soldiers wrote poetry on the walls. Nearby, the National Parks Service preserves the Manassas National Battlefield, the site of the Civil War’s first major land battle.